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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by Adam5, May 27, 2017.
Which do they wave you to do?
Absolutely you should.
It's a Yield sign and if there's traffic you should stop behind the marked Stop line
I'm in agreement with Falls. I always stop since it's s busy parking lot and there's always traffic.
For some reason, I just now noticed that it's marked both, even though I have come through many times.
Shopping center parking lot.
Yield before stopping. Then yield again and stop if neccessary. Repeat.
In that case, do whatever you want.
Neither then. BTW, I was just at that Whole Foods this evening. Judging from the shadows, I'd say you were there at about 11am.
These are two different traffic control devices.
First stop. Period. Then you must yield to traffic.
Likewise with "right on red" with a yield, you must
stop first for the red, then yield to traffic. Often,
this is used when traffic from the opposite direction
has a left turn arrow (and hence, right of way). You
can't see their arrow, so the yield tells you someone
else has right of way.